|Conversation with Woody - Heather Nicole Toler - James "Woody" Woodford|
Keywords: His Call; heathernicole; rva
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|Conversations with Woody - The Mark and Maria Woodford Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Conversations with Woody, formerly Saturday Morning Conversation with Woody, concerns itself with normal everyday people who lead to extraordinary things in our lives. I believe that I am surrounded by people who are far more relevant than the people we read about everyday that will never know or have a relationship with. Today, my conversation is Mark El Solo Dolo Woodford and Maria ReneeWoods Woodford with Crabz In a Ba
Keywords: crabzinabarrel; family; dmv; uncle
|Conversations with Woody - The Jimmy Sadler Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Yes, something new from me. Imagine that. Maybe you have 25 minutes or so. If do, please listen and please provide me with some feedback.
Keywords: first edition
|Conversations with Woody - The Marquita Manning Perry Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Today my conversation is with Marquita Manning Perry. You find her on Facebook my searching for her name or on Twitter at twitter.com/akadivah
Keywords: cheer; anime; resolve
|Conversation with Woody - David Taylor - James "Woody" Woodford|
Today, my conversation is with David Taylor. You can find him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/dudemandavid. He also wouldn't mind if you gave him a call and chatted with him. Enjoy!
Keywords: people; marriage
|Conversations with Woody - The Michael and Shawnae Lacy Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Conversations with Woody concerns itself with normal everyday people who lead to extraordinary things in our lives. I believe that I am surrounded by people who are far more relevant than the people we read about everyday that will never know or have a relationship with. Today, my conversation is with Michael and Shawnae Lacy. Enjoy
Keywords: military; family; marriage
|Omar M Gooding - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
Omar M. Gooding (born October 19, 1976) is an American actor. He is the younger brother of veteran actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. and the son of singer Cuba Gooding, Sr.
Keywords: actor; brother
|Carl Maxie Brashear - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
Carl Maxie Brashear (January 19, 1931 â July 25, 2006) was the first African American to become a U.S. Navy Master Diver in 1970.
Keywords: naval; diver; master diver; first african american
|Conversations with Woody - The Pastor Eddie Granell Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Although you identify a Ninja and live, this is proof that you can call one on a mobile phone. This week is Pastor Eddie Grannel of New Life Outreach International Church in Richmond, VA.
Keywords: pastor; new life outreach international richmond; youth
|Colonel Allen Allensworth - James "Woody" Woodford|
Lt. Colonel Allen Allensworth (7 April 1842 â 14 September 1914) was an American soldier in the United States Army. He was the highest ranking African American commissioned officer in the United States military at his retirement in 1906, and is remembered as the founder of the all-black township of Allensworth, California, now Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park. As read from Wikipedia
Keywords: colonel; army; first; chaplain; Allensworth; California
|Cuba Gooding, Jr., Actor - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
Cuba M. Gooding, Jr. (born January 2, 1968) is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his Academy Award-winning portrayal of Rod Tidwell in Cameron Crowe's 1996 film Jerry Maguire, and his critically acclaimed performance as TrÃ© Styles in John Singleton's 1991 film Boyz n the Hood.
|Jubilee Hall, Fisk University - James "Woody" Woodford|
Jubilee Hall on the campus of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, was the university's first permanent building, completed in 1876. Funds to build Jubilee Hall were raised by the Fisk Jubilee Singers in their first European singing tour in 1873.
Keywords: building; national landmark
|Paul Laurence Dunbar - James "Woody" Woodford|
Paul Laurence Dunbar (June 27, 1872â February 9, 1906) was a seminal African American poet of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Dunbar gained national recognition for his 1896 "Ode to Ethiopia", one poem in the collection Lyrics of Lowly Life. As read from Wikipedia for Paul Laurence Dunber on 2010/10/15
Keywords: poet; literature; dialect; author; Dayton; Ohio
|Allensworth, CA - James "Woody" Woodford|
Allensworth is an unincorporated area in Tulare County, California. It was a town founded in 1908, with the idea that African Americans could own property, learn, thrive, and live the American Dream. It was named by Lt. Colonel Allen Allensworth.
Keywords: city; american dream
|Conversations with Woody - The Donald Jones Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Saturday Morning Conversation with Woody concerns itself with normal everyday people who lead to extraordinary things in our lives. I believe that I am surrounding by people who are far more relevant than the people we read about everyday that will never know or have a relationship with. Today, my conversation is with Donald Jones of the Digital Development Group in Dayton, OH. You can find more information concerning him at www.digidev.net.
Keywords: dayton; design
|Conversations with Woody - The Geoff Crawley Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Conversations with Woody concerns itself with normal everyday people who lead to extraordinary things in our lives. I believe that I am surrounded by people who are far more relevant than the people we read about everyday that will never know or have a relationship with. Today's conversation is with Geoff Crawley. You can find at http://twitter.com/gtcrawley or by reading his sports blog over at http://thevoiceofthefan.wordpress.com
Keywords: management; sportswriter; real people; real impact
|Conversations with Woody - The Ormary Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Conversations with Woody concerns itself with normal everyday people who lead to extraordinary things in our lives. I believe that I am surrounded by people who are far more relevant than the people we read about everyday that will never know or have a relationship with. Today, my conversation is with Ormary, my co-worker from Venezuela who today is a US citizen and proud to be one. Enjoy!
Keywords: voting; citizenship; venezuela
|Conversations with Woody - The Glenn Skuta Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Today my conversation is with Glenn Skuta. You can find Glenn Skuta or the work that he is associated with in several ways. On Facebook, search for Glenn Skuta. He is a deacon at Transfiguration Catholic Church in Oakdale, MN. Their website is http://www.tranny.org/. Additionally, Glenn works with an Organization called Common Hope who work at educating children and empowering families in Guatemala...
Keywords: catholic; church; guatemala; family; envionment; ecology
|Conversations with Woody - Kevin Sims - James "Woody" Woodford|
It was a long day at work today and I had scheduled two interviews for this evenng. It had been years since Kevin and I have last talked. However, I'm a glad that I had the opportunity to catch up with, and being encouraged by, him here. You can find information regarding Kevin by going to Kevin Sims Ministries. From his site you can also find informaton regarding the following organization that he supports: Take Your City and Gideon's Transformation House
Keywords: renewal; kevin sims ministries; prophecy; workout
|Conversations with Woody - Jasmine Parks - James "Woody" Woodford|
Jasmine Parks is my young cousin who constantly reminds me, in a good way, that I should see and be seen by my family in Georgia. I am proud of her and know that she has a bright future ahead of her. You can find her on Facebook by searching for Jasmine Parks. During the interview she suggested find you her by looking at my friends on Facebook. But, I don't share that information :-). She also honestly hopes that you would find a way to help someone homeless...
Keywords: homeless; college; cousin; family; savannah
|Conversation with Woody - Shelby Latney - James "Woody" Woodford|
Shelby Latney is a fellow co-worker in the cube next door. You can contact Shelby who is a licensed nail technician in the Richmond, VA, area by emailing her at s b latney @ gmail . com. If you need to get your nails done, you really should consider a visit to Becoming New Hair Salon at 8946 Quioccasin Road. I sincerely hope that you enjoy this conversation.
Keywords: mwv; wife; mother; nail technician; golf
|Conversations with Woody - The Tracy Hayes Beavers Edition - James "Woody" Woodford|
Today my conversation is with Tracy Hayes Beavers. You can find information about her and organizations that she supports in several ways. On Facebook, search for Tracy Hayes Beavers. She works with Tavis Smiley's Youth to Leaders organization whose website is http://youthtoleaders.org. She is a contributing author for the anthology Many Paths, Many Feet whose website is http://manypathsmanyfeets.com...
Keywords: moxy women; many paths many feet; benedictine; beaumont; marching band; flag corps; cleveland; ohio
|Conversations with Woody - Jed Williams - James "Woody" Woodford|
Being one whose only experience outside the country is to the Canadian side of Niagra Falls, Jed provided me with another reminder of my personal desire and need to travel outside the continental United States. Born in Philly and educated in France, Jed is a designer of original abstract artwork. He is currently working on a brand new studio space and is preparing for an October 2010 exhibit at the Astro Vingate Boutique...
Keywords: philadelphia; french; abstract art
|Conversations with Woody - Lisa Sims - James "Woody" Woodford|
Being from and defending my home town, it's alway good to have another opportunity to answer the question "What good things comes out of Cleveland". The "soon to be Doctor Lisa Sims is one more answer in a long string of answers that I can give. It's been a while since she and last talked and I must say that I appreciated her gentle reminder that we all should find a way to reach back and give back...
Keywords: Cleveland; doctorate; mentoring; tutoring
|Conversations with Woody - John Wind - James "Woody" Woodford|
Think about this: The we is smart than the me. That was the quote that I pulled from this conversation with John Wind. John is a part of the thriving art community in the Philadelphia, PA, area. He has seen a measure of success over the past 25 years designing vintage inspired jewelry. You can find out more about him by visiting maximalart.com and please be sure to read more about how you can help with the John Wind AIDS jewelry project...
Keywords: AIDS; vintage; jewelry; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania; artist
|Conversations with Woody - Denise Fike - James "Woody" Woodford|
In the relatively short span of my life I don't recall ever using the phrase infectious optimism before. Well, at least, this is before my conversation with Denise Fike. Her infectious optimism radiate throughout. Denise Fike is a fashion painter in Philadelphia's thriving art community. You can find out more about her, including opportunities to purchase her work at: http://www.denisefikedesigns.com/ On Facebook by searching for Denise Fike Designs Or, on Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/denise...
Keywords: infectious optimism; etsy; philadelphia; fashion; painting
|Conversations with Woody - Greg Kalmbach - James "Woody" Woodford|
Greg and I worked together for a few years in a call center. There are three things he loves: his kids, photography and getting medieval. His kids are number one by a long shot. You can get ahold of Greg and his interests by Googling his name "Greg Kalmbach" emailing him at greg dot kalmbach at gmail dot com. Going to any of his web presences including flickr.com/kalmbach gkphotog.blogspot.com twitter.com/gkalmbach twitter.com/kalmbachphoto or give to the charity called Child's Play at http://ww...
Keywords: medieval; kids; childsplay; photographer
|Conversations with Woody - Veroncia - James "Woody" Woodford|
This conversation will be with Veronica. Throughout you will hear her evident love for her child as well as the care and concern she has for finding a way for non-traditional students to receive a college education. She does works with the Tenessee Early Childhood Training Alliance. To get a hold of Veroncia you can: email her at sothrnbel1 at yahoo dot com read her blog at veronciab.wordpress.com or follow her at twitter.com/officediva1 When you get a moment you should check a few of the organi...
Keywords: children; girl scouts; college; photography
|Pastor Carlos Rivera - New Life for Youth - James "Woody" Woodford|
Pastor Carlos Rivera is one in a group of people who helped smooth my transition from the Midwest to the East Coast. The talk we had both before and after were just as heartwarming and encouraging as what we recorded and you'll be listening to today. We also had guest appearances by his youngest son Victor. You can find out more information on the work at New Life for Youth by going to www.newlifeforyouth.com...
Keywords: drugs; addiction; prevention; intervention; family; commitment; recovery
|Fisk Jubilee Singers, the Original Fundraising Mechanism for Fisk University - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
The Fisk Jubilee Singers are an African-American a cappella ensemble, consisting of students at Fisk University. The first group was organized in 1871 to tour and raise funds for their college. Their early repertoire consisted mostly of traditional spirituals, but included some Stephen Foster songs. The original group toured along the Underground Railroad path in the United States, as well as performing in England and Europe...
Keywords: esemble; fundraising
|Fisk University - James "Woody" Woodford|
Fisk University is a historically black university founded in 1866 in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. The world-famous Fisk Jubilee Singers started as a group of students who performed to earn enough money to save the school at a critical time of financial shortages. They toured to raise funds to build the first building for the education of freedmen. They succeeded and funded construction of the renowned Jubilee Hall, now a designated National Historic Landmark...
Keywords: freeman; hbcu
|Cuba Good, Sr., Singer - James "Woody" Woodford|
Cuba Gooding, Sr. (born April 27, 1944) is the lead singer of the soul group The Main Ingredient, most notable for its two biggest hits, "Everybody Plays the Fool" (1972) and "Just Don't Want to Be Lonely" (1974). Gooding also had a brief solo career on Motown Records during the late-1970s and early-1980s. His biggest international success was Brian Auger's "Happiness Is Just Around the Bend" in 1983, which has in recent times been sampled by several R&B artists, as well as hitting the charts ag...
Keywords: singer; minor actor; father
|Tommie Smith - James "Woody" Woodford|
Tommie Smith (born June 6, 1944) is an African American former track & field athlete and wide receiver in the American Football League. At the 1968 Summer Olympics, Smith won the 200-meter dash finals in 19.83 seconds â the first time the 20 second barrier was broken. His Black Power salute with John Carlos atop the medal podium caused controversy at the time as it was seen as politicizing the Olympic Games...
Keywords: educator; athlete; black power; salute; protest
|Conversations with Woody - Jasmine and Jessica Woodford - James "Woody" Woodford|
Sometime all you need in common is a last name. Jasmine and Jessica came across my path mostly because we share two characteristics: our last names and the place where we were born and raised, Cleveland, OH. I must say that these are two amazing youngs ladies whose futures I know are bright. If you like to get a hold of Jasmine, you can: Find her on Facebook. From there you can find the various organizations she is associated with...
Keywords: children; cleveland; shelter; mother; grandmother; Labron James; OSU; The Ohio State University; Hodgkins
|Conversations with Woody - Chris Jones - James "Woody" Woodford|
Chris and I have been working together for a number of years. His personality is always a display of posivity and he's been a good source of advice throughout the years. Since Chris and I live fairly close, I opted to interview him from the comforts of his back porch. This conversation was comfortably casually and a breath of fresh air both figuratively and literally. If you'd like to get a hold Chris, you can email him at crj dot topher at gmail dot com or you could lend a supporting hand to on...
Keywords: richmond; training; beer
|Jupiter Hammon, the First African American Publish Writer - James "Woody" Woodford|
Jupiter Hammon (October 17, 1711 â before 1806) was a Black poet who became the first African-American published writer in America when a poem appeared in print in 1760. He was a slave his entire life, and the date of his death is unknown. He was living in 1790 at the age of 79, and died by 1806. Hammon was a devout Christian, and is considered one of the founders of African American literature.
Keywords: poet; writer; Christian; African American Experience
|Donald Brashear, Professional and Semi-Pro Hockey Player - James "Woody" Woodford|
Donald Brashear (born January 7, 1972) is an American-Canadian professional ice hockey left winger who is currently a member of the RiviÃ¨re-du-Loup CIMT in the Ligue Nord-AmÃ©ricaine de Hockey (LNAH). He previously played for five organizations in the National Hockey League (NHL). His main role is that of an enforcer. He was considered one of the best, and most feared, in the NHL. His aggressive style of play has led to being among the league leaders in penalty minutes six times, while curr...
Keywords: hockey; biracial; gooding
|Martina Sharp-Grier - James "Woody" Woodford|
I sung in the gospel choir at the University of Dayton, well, back in the day. One of the people that I had the honor to sing with was Martina Sharp-Grier who currently is a professor of Sociology at Stark State community College in Stark County Ohio. I must say that we did a little catching up on this call and I discovered that she works in an area that desparately needs attention. I will let you find that out during the interview...
Keywords: stark state community college; stark county; Ohio; sociology; University of Dayton; gospel; choir; domestic violence
|Nathaniel "Nat" Turner - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
Nathaniel "Nat" Turner (October 2, 1800 â November 11, 1831) was an American slave who led a slave rebellion in Virginia on August 21, 1831 that resulted in 56 white deaths and over 55 black deaths, the largest number of fatalities to occur in one uprising prior to the American Civil War in the southern United States. He gathered supporters in Southampton County, Virginia. Turner was convicted, sentenced to death, and executed...
Keywords: slave; rebellion
|Larry Williams - The African American Experience - James "Woody" Woodford|
Larry Williams (May 10, 1935 â January 7, 1980) was an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll singer, songwriter and pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana. Williams is best known for writing and recording some rock and roll classics from 1957 to 1959 for Specialty Records, including "Bony Moronie", "Short Fat Fannie", "High School Dance" (1957), "Slow Down", "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" (1958), "Bad Boy" and "She Said Yeah," (1959) which were later covered by British Invasion groups and other arti...
Keywords: singer; songwriter; Little Richard; The Beatles